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private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Jun 4th, 2019 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 127 69.00 Open Government Administration Jun 3rd, 2019 11:56PM Jun 3rd, 2019 11:56PM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma Open Innovative, Progressive, efficient municipal government Open
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma
private:townoftyngsborough-2 1359248 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM Town of Tyngsborough 113 59.00 Open Government Administration Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Approx 44 miles northwest (71 km) from Boston, Tyngsborough is a progressive residential community of 12,500 residents. It is located in the Northwest section of Middlesex County,bordering the communities of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire communities of Hudson, Pelham, and Nashua. The town has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction in the last decade as part of Greater Boston while keeping its rural charm. Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley between Lowell, MA and Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in 1931 as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town’s emblem and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of MA and NH alike. Tyngsborough, was once part of the original Dunstable, MA Township initially settled in 1661 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng named in honor of his mother Mrs. Edward Tyng, who emigrated from Bedfordshire, England. The town uses an Open Town Meeting model with a Board of Selectmen overseeing the operations and policy of the town. Reporting to the Board of Selectmen is the Town Administrator, Michael P. Gilleberto, who oversees the public employees and day-to-day operations of the town offices. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/TyngsboroughMA On Twitter: www.twitter.com/Tyngsboroughma

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